We had a couple of hours to spare in Canmore so tried this walk. It's a little slow going at first but as you get further into the canyon the rock walls and waterfalls are lovely. The path is rocks all the way so make...More
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Waste of time (at least in July). The riverbed was dry. The walk here from the free parking lot besudes frog pond is very annoying. The hierogliphs were nowhere to be seen - seems they were eroded years ago and no one has bothered to...More
We were there at the end of a dry summer season and enjoyed walking through the narrow gorge mingling with the locals and watxching the daredevil rock climbers .
Lovely walk with my family. It was appropriately long and challenging that our little one felt like an adventurer, but I was not concerned for her safety. Gorgeous scenery.
A relatively short hike up a spectacular river canyon (took 2 hours round trip) which gave us a taste of wilds of Rockies. River bed was dry in summer but probably is a raging torrent in spring. Only 10 minute drive from Canmore on Bow...More
We came here with our toddler. There were a few spots that were a little challenging for the little one, but we'll come back again anyway! We almost missed the pictographs on the Canyon wall, thankfully someone pointed them out to us! The waterfall at...More
This was a bit of a weird year. No rain x 100+ days= dried up creeks or only a trickle. I went with 2 young kids - and they could do the hike no problem. We went on the trail, but went for a while...More
If you want something a bit different than the majority of the hikes, give this one a try. Starts out poorly....next to a factory. But, once past that, it was great. Slot canyon and walking on rocks. Kids would enjoy.
We spent an hour walking up the gravel path with nothing to see or hear but the huge magnesium power plant. After an hour of this we cut our losses and walked back.